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When it made its debut in 2010, the Buick LaCrosse met with mixed reviews. My, how only five years have changed the way both consumers and automotive experts view the car that improves with age. Superior handling makes the LaCrosse the consummate family car and the 36 miles per gallon you get on the highway makes the LaCrosse popular among budget conscious owners. The 3.6-liter engine delivers 300 horsepower through a highly efficient variable timing engine that optimizes the fuel and air mixture. Buick constructs the Lacrosse to provide more than enough room for five adults to stretch out in supreme comfort. The Lacrosse sports a luxury class appearance, without extracting luxury class money from your wallet.
The rebirth of the American auto industry has fueled record demand for vehicles across virtually every class. Ford, Chrysler, and General Motors have designed and manufactured enhanced versions of the sport, luxury, and SUV vehicle line. Although the Big Three have regained relevance in the automotive industry, don’t discount the vehicle quality produced by foreign automakers. Just because an SUV presents the Toyota log doesn’t mean that car originated overseas. In fact, it most likely rolled off a Michigan assembly line.